Posts Tagged ‘trance’

Here’s some incredible new tunes for you this week. Enjoy!

Let’s Go (Bart B More ‘Lesssgo’ Remix) – Dem Slackers [download]
Change (TKO Moombahton Remix) – Peace Treaty [download]
Loving You (Twin Pack Remix) – STFU & Leony [download]
Eyes – Kaskade feat. Mindy Gledhill [download]
Que Que Feat. Maluca (Torro Torro Remix) – Dillon Francis & Diplo [download]
Blackout (Shinichi Osawa Remix) – The Whip [download]

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We have just received leaked information about the legendary Armin van Buuren being confirmed to play at Hardrock San Diego’s Special Saturday Intervention over Memorial Day weekend.  The last time the trance legend played a big show in San Diego was in March of 2006 at 4th & B  alongside Markus Schulz, so this is truly a special event not to be missed.  This last year, van Buuren was announced, for the 4th year running, as the number 1 DJ, thus prolonging his title as ‘Most Popular DJ in the World’.

Opening for him will be a special guest Blake Jarrell who signed with Armin’s label, Armada Music a few years ago before quickly exploding into the scene and has now been named THE resident DJ for Marquee nightclub at The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Las Vegas.

Tickets will be available soon through the Eventvibe website so keep checking back to see soon!

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DJ Cowboy Mike from San Diego has just released his latest remix of Where the Streets Have No Name by U2.  We love how he kept the original feel of the song but remixed it to trance perfection.  The remix will be featured on the San Diego favorite’s next album scheduled to be released soon.  Cowboy Mike will be opening  for Gareth Emery at Fluxx this Thursday & will also be playing the opening of Intervention at the Hardrock in San Diego with Paul Oakenfoldon May 1st.


Download Cowboy Mike’s remix on SoundCloud here.
Buy the original U2 – Where the Streets Have No Name on iTunes here.

Cowboy Mike’s Upcoming Events:
Gareth Emery at Fluxx – April 28th
Opening of Intervention w/ Paul Oakenfold at Hardrock San Diego – May 1st
Ferry Corsten at Fluxx – May 26th

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Photo Credit: Bobby Reyes

San Diego has been bringing in some amazing talent as of late—with Wolfgang Gartner, Dada Life, Umek, Zedd, Morgan Page, Style of Eye to name a few… and that is just this month!  This last Thursday Eventvibe brought Sander van Doorn, who is currently ranked #12 in DJMAG’s poll for 2010, to Fluxx Nightclub in San Diego he showed the crowd why is is one of the top ranked DJ’s in the world.

The night opened with up-and-coming talents Jason Ross and Cowboy Mike warming the crowd up with progressive trance sets to get ready for the mixed set by Sander filled with not only trance but electro and dubstep mixed in as well.  Sander brought a similar style to Armin van Buuren at Ultra which we have coined as “Electrance” and seems to be the direction trance is headed in at this point.  With big smiles and big baselines, Sander sure knew how to excite the San Diego crowd.

Check out the amazing photos shot by San Diego photographer Bobby Reyes here.

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Get it while it’s HOT! Kaskade just released this mash up, “Coming Home at 4 AM (Kaskade Mash Up)” which we are dying over!  After seeing Diddy surprise the crowd at Ultra last week with a performance of ‘Coming Home’, we can’t get enough of every artists take of this track.  The vocals are eerily orgasmic to the ears.

Download the new track here.

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Returning from Ultra Music Festival and Miami Music Week was a shock to the mind and body to say the least.  The weeklong EDM overload in South Beach allowed DJ’s and producers from around the world to come together and debut new tracks from their upcoming albums or new remixes they were releasing.  Honestly, there is too many memorable moments, upcoming artists, epic sets etc to fit into one post so for this recap we will rate the top 5 moments of Miami Music Week:

5. Thomas Gold opening for Dirty South for Star Phazing @ Mansion

It was half-way through Dirty South’s opener’s set that we realized who was actually destroying the crowd.  Thomas Gold’s set was absolutely incredible and totally stole the show in our eyes.  Gold threw down an awesome big progressive house set that the entire crowd went wild for.  Check out a video clip of his set here.

4. Armin van Buuren’s mind-blowing set @ Ultra

During Armin’s set on Saturday on the Main Stage, he wowed the crowd with a new style of electrance (electro-trance), dropping remixes of tracks such as ‘These Silent Hearts’, ‘Use Somebody’ (as a dedication to the families and victims of the German Love Parade) among countless others.

3. Afrojack being the first playing 3 sets @ Ultra Music Festival

Afrojack stole the show at Ultra by being the first DJ/producer to perform three times in one day at Ultra Music Festival on Saturday—once on the main stage, once on the Carl Cox stage and once on the live stage, delivering the most amazing sets each and every time.  Afrojack debuted his new tracks ‘Doing It Right’, ‘Esther’, ‘Cool’, ‘Who’s That Chick’, & ‘Louder Than Words’ among others.  Download Afrojack’s live set here.

2. P. Diddy’s surprise performance alongside Erick Morillo @ Ultra Music Festival

Personally we were speechless when the hip-hop mogul took the stage during Erick Morillo’s Sunday set on the main stage.  Diddy rapped to his hit songs ‘Hello Good Morning’ & ‘Coming Home’ and even saved Morillo during a audio malfunction.  Check out Diddy’s surprise performance here.

1. The most memorable 3-way DJ set featuring Steve Aoki, Afrojack & Laidback Luke @ Cameo

This was the most unique night for anyone who attended and provided a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see three of the top DJ’s/producers in the world spinning side-by-side-by-side in the most epic set of the week.  The chemistry and energy the trio brought to the stage was incomprehensible and a moment that may never be lived up to.  Check out part of their energetic set here.

Let us know what your favorite Ultra/MMW moment was!

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